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15 July 2020

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HeIsTheArtist’s new single “Boom – Love Version”

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Slow and steamy yet not hesitant nor lacking in impulsiveness of the best sort, the groove in HeIsTheArtist’s new single “Boom – Love Version” is as much a communicator of emotion as any of the words being crooned to us are, if not a little more so in a couple of key moments. HeIsTheArtist establishes […]

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14 July 2020

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Billy Ray Rock’s new single “Get the Funk”

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Funk has been making a major comeback in the last few years, and for evidence supporting this, I’d recommend taking a peek at the underground pulse and some of its brightest new stars – such as Billy Ray Rock. Billy Ray Rock’s new single “Get the Funk” is a celebration of funk that doesn’t tether […]

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10 July 2020

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Dizzy Box Nine release Faster Than Anticipation

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Dizzy Box Nine aren’t trying to keep up with the Joneses of mainstream rock in their new album, the hard and slick Faster Than Anticipation. They aren’t flirting with the synthetic harmonies of a commercially-bankrolled sound, nor do they ever show even the slightest interest in recycling some of the jaded riffing of their punk influences […]

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10 July 2020

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Les Nuby releases debut solo album “Clouded”

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Colorful, bright and immediately mood-producing, the first few seconds we hear in Les Nuby’s debut solo album Clouded are defined by the guitar’s melody in “Never Falling Away,” one of the record’s most inspired songs – but not the only track here worth taking a second look at. The hard-charging distortion and glowing vocal harmonies set the pace for […]

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9 July 2020

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Roundeye releases “Culture Shock Treatment” (LP)

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They say the third time’s a charm, and this is definitely true of Round Eye’s latest album, the relentlessly volatile Culture Shock Treatment. Culture Shock Treatment clocks in at a mere thirty-nine minutes in total running time, but it includes fifteen songs that are almost guaranteed to quake the ground beneath your floorboards this summer – even at […]

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1 July 2020

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Paul Mark & the Van Dorens’ Gravity LP

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Skulking piano keys, smoke-stained harmonies and the occasional blues guitar lead can all be found within the twelve songs on Paul Mark & the Van Dorens’ Gravity LP this June, and in some cases, all three of these elements come colliding into each other in the most epic of ways. Take “The Next Fight” for example; though […]

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30 June 2020

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German band: Riches of the Poor release debut Album

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Coming at us in waves of uneven rhythm that collide into one another to form something quite twisted and beautiful at the same time, there’s no stopping Riches of the Poor’s “Not Enough” once it gets started. One of the cornerstones of the band’s new album The Long Way Down, “Not Enough” attacks us with a […]

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24 June 2020

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JTK (feat Tunji) “No Be Mouth”

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JTK “No Be Mouth” These days, you definitely don’t have to look very far to find quality hip-hop on the shelves of your local record store, but one thing that hasn’t changed in the last couple of decades is the genre’s underground supremacy. For artists like JTK, the ins and outs of the commercial side […]

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17 June 2020

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“Hurricanes and Butterflies (Flowers Don’t Die)” by Gianni Bodo

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Joined by the incomparable Brigitte Pace behind the microphone, the brilliantly poetic “Hurricanes and Butterflies (Flowers Don’t Die)” sees singer/songwriter Gianni Bodo issuing an unforgettable vocal showcase this spring. Boldly saturated with colorful tones that some artists would leave on the sidelines out of selfish insecurity, there’s no overstating how big a song this is […]

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